Things Your Mum Will Love in London

Mums are often overlooked when it comes to showing appreciation. Yes, we celebrate them on Mother’s Day, however, this is nothing compared to what these women sacrifice and go through to make sure everyone else is happy and taken care of. In most cases, mums put other’s needs ahead of their own. Don’t wait for that one day in the year to show love. The city of London is alive with things to do for the whole family.

In this article, we will draw your attention to ways you can spoil mum in the city.

Fine dining experience

They say that food is the channel to the heart, and what better way to warm up the matriarch’s heart with some delicious comfort food. London is known for its diverse gastronomy, and a visit to the city puts you in the perfect location to sample good food. Give your mum a break from cooking and treat her to a fine dining experience. The restaurants in Lancaster are every food-lovers dream, offering dishes from different parts of the globe. Experience high-end Egyptian dining at Alexandrie restaurant to the flavour of Thailand at Nipa Thai.

Overnight stay at a fancy hotel

Book an overnight stay at a bed and breakfast London. The city is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. And home to several hotels. Most of the properties offer guests a comfortable stay close to all the major attractions in the city, and in some cases, the room rate comes with complimentary breakfast. Mum will be fully taken care off and relieved from housekeeping duties for the day. This is a great spoil for a working mother, looking to get away from the stresses of everyday life. You can top up the stay by adding a spa treatment at one of the many spas in the city.

Enjoy afternoon tea with friends

Afternoon tea is a favourite pass time for Londoners. Traditional afternoon tea involves a serving of tea, fresh juices, and a selection of sandwiches and scones. At The Park Grand London Lancaster Gate visitors have the option of moving away from the traditional offering and trying something new. In addition to the traditional afternoon tea, they also have chocolate afternoon tea as well as Indian tea. The Indian inspired afternoon tea costs 35 quid for two people and you will be treated to flavours of Mumbai. These include Spiced Sultana scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and strawberry jam, samosa, assorted pakora, paneer Kati roll, and plenty more.

Arrange a family day in Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a great spot for families and, getting all the kids together will make mum happy. The park has a lush green lawn that is favourable for hosting a picnic. Visitors can go on long walks in the gardens or enjoy a family cruise on the Serpentine. Picnic treats can be arranged from nearby cafes and shops. End of the day with a shopping experience on Oxford Street.

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